Relaxing and letting your guard down is all part of the holiday experience. However, it’s good to be prepared for the fact that you might also face problems that could affect your enjoyment of your holiday.
It’s our job to remind you to take certain precautions when you’re abroad. That’s why we’ve worked with the travel association ABTA to pull together some useful pointers to help you enjoy your holiday and avoid some of the possible pitfalls.
We’d encourage you to talk to other members in your party about the need to be careful when travelling, especially children who are much less likely to be aware of the possible risks.
Take a good look at the following guidance, as well as any other information that’s given to you or is on display throughout your trip. That information may be provided by us, our agents or suppliers, either before you go, during your flight or when you arrive in your destination and at your hotel.
If you’ve any questions, ask your representative or an appropriate member of staff.
ABTA has also produced the following guide, ‘How to have a safe and healthy holiday’, which you should read here.